Iriba Center in Rwanda

This is an unique opportunity to contribute to a center for audio visual heritage in Rwanda! Anne Aghion, the director of the film My Neighbour, My Killer launched a fundraising campaign on www.kickstarter.com to create Iriba Center for Multimedia Heritage in Rwanda.  Iriba Center, whose name means "the source" in Kinyarwanda. This center will gather over a century of the country's audiovisual history from sources in Africa and Europe, and make it free and accessible to the public.  The aim of the kickstarter campaign is to raise at least $40,000. There are only 6 days left! Many great awards are offered for each donation tier, including the US Home Video DVD of My Neighbour, My Killer, as soon as it is released (towards the end of 2011). For more information or to donate check: www.gacacafilms.com en http://kck.st/ieBvUW

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This is an unique opportunity to contribute to a center for audio visual heritage in Rwanda! Anne Aghion, the director of the film My Neighbour, My Killer launched a fundraising campaign on www.kickstarter.com to create Iriba Center for Multimedia Heritage in Rwanda.